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Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0818 Wreckage of Antwerp houses by German bombs dropped Sept. 2, 1914.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0819 Making bread for British troops; camp scene, France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0820 The war in France. First contingent of British troops.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0822 With the British force in France. French maid visiting camp.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0823 A halt in Brittany; British force on their way to the Front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0824 How the British force is fed, bread ovens of the army in France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0825 The Highland regiment of the British army marching through Boulogne.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0827 Cannon abandoned by Germans in retreat at Acy, France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0830 Belgian sharpshooters in trenches firing from drain-pipe.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0831 Defending their country; brave Belgian soldiers firing from their trenches.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0833 Altar of Malines cathedral, wrecked by German shells.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0834 In defence of their country. Belgian field artillery on the firing line.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0836 Auto transport with chaffeurs with British force in France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0838 Meal-time at the front, Belgian soldiers receiving their meat and soup.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0839 The horror of war; ghastly glimpse of Belgian wounded, Antwerp hospital.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0840 On the firing line at meal-time with Belgium's brave defenders.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0841 Meal-time with Belgium's brave soldier-boys, serving meat and soup.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0842 On the battle-line near Antwerp. Belgian soldiers ready to fire.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0846 Belgian officers and men resting in trenches between assaults.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0847 Fighting the invader, Belgian sharpshooters firing from the trenches.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0848 A warm reception awaiting the enemy, on Belgium's defence line near Antwerp.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0853 Turkish infantry being rushed to the front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0855 The Turkish army at drill; preparing to fight the Allies.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0856 Infantry regimental band with the Turkish army.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0858 Turks eager for war; Germany's new ally mobilizing her army.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0859 Turkish infantry marching to fight the Allies.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0861 Battle of the Aisne, ammunition wagon shifting to new position.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0863 British camp in France, bread for "Tommy Atkins."
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0865 French regiment supporting British, halt at Columniers station.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0867 Barcy church shelled by Germans.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0868 Battle of the Aisne, French infantry, transferring to left wing.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0869 French reserves from U.S.A. resting during three week battle of Marne.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0870 Some of the two million fighters in great battle of Marne.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0871 French infantry halting enroute to the battle of Aisne.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0873 National road bridge over the Marne, blown up to prevent German advance.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0875 French colonial troops; Algerian Turcos and Senegalese. Battle of the Aisne.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0878 Belgian children made orphans by the war. Alexandria Palace, London.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0880 A Belgian city leveled to the ground by German bombardment.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0881 Grim horrors of war-bodies of men and horses amid wreckage of French city.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0893 French artillery enroute to support Belgians in northern France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0894 Brave Belgian Lange, who was decorated for killing 15 German soldiers single-handed.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0895 Priceless paintings and altar of Malines cathedral destroyed by German shells.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0896 Damage wrought to interior of Malines cathedral by German shells.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0898 Tangled ruins of Marne Bridge blown up by Germans and Red Cross train wreck.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0899 John Bull wakes up-acres of men answering the Nation's call.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0900 A King without a country; Albert of Belgium (Second figure).
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0901 Senlis after German bombardment, Sept. 1914.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0903 Three British motor-cycle despatch riders passing through Senlis.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0905 French troops crossing the Marne by pontoon bridge.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0906 French troops marching into Belgium headed by band.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0908 British "Tommies" amid the ruins of Senlis after the bombardment.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0909 The tragedy of Louvain-famous University town destroyed by Germans.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0911 With the allied army-Canadian contingent in training.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0912 Australian Filed Artillery marching to the front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0913 Canadian artillery proceeding to the front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0914 A morning shave-Canadian section of British army camp.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0916 Explosion of a British ammunition wagon at the front, struck by enemy's shells.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0917 Marines from German warship in Mediterranean.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0934 French Dragoons proceeding to the front, each with spare horse. Bourget, France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0935 Most Famous weapon of the allies, the wonderful 75 Centimeter gun.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0936 Behind the firing line, Sootoh and British "Tommies" at the washing tub.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0937 French wounded convalescents nicknamed "The Cripples" about to return to the front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0940 French soldiers decorating graves of fellow English soldiers, Nevilly, France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0948 With the Germans on the firing line-operating machine guns.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0952 Morning bath of Gen. Botha's burghers after night march.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0954 Awful ravages of war-wreck of Beautiful Lauvain, Belgium.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0956 How the army protects itself from the enemy-shelter pits on French firing line.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0959 Zigzag line of the Allied trenches-along the firing line in France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0961 Creeping on the enemy over the sand dunes. British contingent in Belgium.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0963 Detachment of allied army repelling an attack on the sand-dunes.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0974 French soldiers replacing their pacs for a march. Northern France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0978 French soldiers in protective trenches firing through gun-holes.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0980 Allied soldiers firing from protective trenches and a periscope in use.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0986 Nueve Chapelle, France, where 13,000 brave English fell in the bloodiest battle of war.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0988 Rheims Cathedral after the bombardment.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0991 Bomb that failed to explode, dropped by German zeppelin on Southend.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0994 French breech loading machine gun-The Mitrailleuse in action.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0995 German prisoners captured in forest of Argonne, escorted by French Corps.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0996 A lull in the fighting-French Colonial troops, the jovial Zovares enjoying a meal.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1794:0998 A French relief column of Zouaves (Algerians) in march through forest of Argonne.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0001 Algerian calvary hurring to join an attacking party.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0002 German prisoners just captured, guarded by British sentries.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0019 Picking up the severely wounded from among the dead. Battlefield scene, France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0020 Actual battlefield in northern France strewn with German dead.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0022 Driving out the invader-fighting the Germans house to house.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0023 British cyclists corps fully equipped and starting into service.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0024 1st Sportsmens Battalion entrained for the tront-just leaving Hornchurch Station.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0025 Last march out from 8 months camp at Hornshurch, of 1st Sportsmens Battalion.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0026 French troops entrenching in the Argonne District, France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0048 Burying the Russian dead in large open ditches, Austrian Poland.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0058 Historic first landing of allied troops at Dardanelles.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0114 German field cannon for defense against aeroplanes.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0115 Longwy after occupied by Germans. Scene through castle gate.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0116 German artillery rampart at Montmedy, in France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0118 At Longwy, France, - ruins around main gateway.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0164 Rough comforts of the British soldiers in the French campaign.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0165 British "Tommies"diging the second line reserve trenches in France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0166 An off day in Second British Reserve trenches in France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0167 How the British soldiers dig themselves in on the defense line in France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0168 Rushing a temporary bridge for transport of motor lorries in France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0259 The wreckage of Battle-captured German trenches in France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0262 At Ramscapelle-scene of Heavist fighting in Flanders, showing observation scouts.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0263 A dangerous moment-British scouts approaching the enemies trenches - near Ypres.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0264 The life line of the army-army telegraphists at work as the Ramscapelle hut, Flanders.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0265 Barbed wire entanglements protecting German trenches.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0267 In a German trench observation post.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0268 In a German trench near Brochow.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0269 Rustic comforts of German trench life.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0270 Armored motor cars of the Allies on road in France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0274 West Beach, Gallipoli, scene of British landing and terrible battles for possession.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0285 German floating mine captured from North Sea, on view at Whitehall, London.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0287 Captured German aeroplanes on display. Whitehall, London.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0296 Red Cross Dog and soldier he got help for.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0297 Sanitary work of the Battle line-disinfecting the ruins with patent spray.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0298 French soldiers in the Argonne forest at meal with coffins for a table.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0300 Bestowing awards on gallent French soldiers before the regiment.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0301 Military balloon in the Champagne district "waiting for pilot."
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0302 A game of chess while the shells roar overhead.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0303 In a French trench-snad bag protected-showing dart bombs.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0304 Searching a German deserter who has come into the allies lines.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0306 French gunners charging huge 270MM (Howitzer) in the forest of Argonne.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0309 Horses killed by German Marmite shell explosion dugouts on left.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0310 Quickfires (37 mm) mounted on armored aeroplanes.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0311 An anti-aircraft gun being worked in a trench.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0317 The Right Honorable David Lloyd George, The Man of the Hour in England.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0334 H.M.S. King Edward VII which was sunk by a mine January 9, 1916.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0336 The eyes of the army-view of German town from British aeroplane.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0337 Playing chess in an underground shelter on the firing line in France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0338 The dog in war-reporting to First Aid Squad with helmet of wounded soldier.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0339 At Mass in the allied trenches on the Western Front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0427 British "Tommies" in their dugout in the battle area in France.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0428 An Austrian asphyxiating apparatur captured on the Italian front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0448 The wreck of Zeppelin LZ77, brought down by anti-aircraft on Meuse.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0953 A great naval gun and its protective fort of snad bags on the Salonica front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0954 View in a trench kitchen underground on the Salonica front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0955 Typical cavalry of the Middlesex Regiments.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0957 Our "Tommies" are well fed-in the camp kitchen.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0960 The Field of Battle near Arras, France-burying the German dead.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0961 Anti-aircraft gun of the Allies being operated against enemy airships.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1795:0962 Enroute to the trenches-Belgians wearing the new steel helmets.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1796:0050 Along the battle line in the high Alps-field piece dominating a mountain pass.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1796:0051 Among wooded fastnesses and mountain-sharowed valleys where Italy and Austria fought.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1796:0053 A headquarters dugout with sentry on guard, Italian front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1796:0055 Camp of Italian outpost on steep alpine slope.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1796:0056 How Italian guns are carried up the steep, narrow paths of the alpine front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1796:0057 Down in the trenches with the fighters on the Somme Front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1796:0059 Burying their comrades with military honbors on the Somme Front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1796:0217 Firing line of the 6th N.Y. Regiment Training Camp, Plattsburg, N.Y.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1796:0681 Six inch Naval gum in a Russian hillside battery.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1796:0691 Russian Prisoners of War on the Eastern Front.
Underwood & Underwood 83:1796:0692 Prisoners of War waiting for trains and watching burning of abandoned stores, Russian Front.


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